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THK AUG US, WEDNESDAYS AN U lit . G 1892.
The Royal Baking Pow
der stands a!one in purity
in the world of leavening
agents. It is the only baking powder free from
all adulteration or admixture of injurious ingre
dients, and absolutely pure . '
"The Royal is undoubtedly the purest and most re
liable baking powder offered to the public." Dr. H. A.
Mott, U, S. Government Chemist,
PEACE WITH CHILI
Seems To Be the Prospect at
THfc. Uv, bs IN CON.
NO WARLIKE TALK AT TEE CAPITAL
- - V Hll .v
letiiiiy 1 1 :! v !
t:) lllSlless ill '!
Veuki.r pro r in. The rules onin
ivporieil h.i oriler tli;it no private
t pi iijli'd .'mil t li.-it petit ions lie jire
in np-ii inyise instead nt beinju: put
petition I, on. Mirth order, were
The ICeport cf in Apology Not Confirmed,
tint Sicri'iiirv I'-litine A ppt-Hrs Inrlincd
to Takn mi Optimistic lew While Say
Sntini; Nolliini; iiKi'i's t Work
A;:iiii and a llni'l of Itills I'rmentetl in
Moth lli.iui.,-Some if tha Mont Xuta- , vessels to ran y ! K 'd to Kussi
tile Thereof 1ori-Nnu ICeHppointeil.
AVashincthv. .Tan. 0. 'he Chilian orr
rcspomlenee will In- sent to congress today
or tomorrow, tin lev in the meantime
Bouietliins; now unforeseen happens. The
only tiling that can happen to cause delay.
It is explained at the slate department, is
the satisfaetory eoiicluion of the Uiflienl
ties with Chili. In that event, which is re
garded as altoi;et her prolialde, Secretary
lilnine will delay I lie transmission of the
Chilian currespondeiice to enable him to
accompany it with the official announce
ment that the difficult?!' with Chili have
been amicably adjusted to the satisfaction
of both count r;es.
Matter Are llet r Sinee Malta lietired.
Since Senor Matt a has ret i red from the
cabinet us the chief director of the for
eign a'1'aii-s of Chiii t lie. feelinit pervades
the state department that the principal
mse of obstruction to a friendly sett le
nient has been' removed. lie is credited
with haviiu; had personal prejudices in the
matter so decided that any approach to an
Hinicable set t lenient without the surren
der of diunity and viulit was out of the
question. The new minister of fntciirn
aiTairs is of a decidedly different disposi
tion and open to conviction.
Arrival of the lFitltim,fe.
'There w as a slight commotion In tbp
navy department yesterday by the receipt,
of a dispatch iiiuioii m i mr t he arrival of the
United Stales steamer H;i it imore at San
Francisco. Assistant Secretary Solev im
mediately carri s! the news in per-on totlie
Mate department. anil in a few iniiiiitustlie
wires were hoi between Washington and
Sun Francisco with messages t t he navy
officers ;it Mare Island navy yard instruct
ing them not to permit the ollii ers or crew
of the Baltimore ashore. A telegram was
also sept .to .1 inline Advocate ilemey, now
on his way to San Francisco, ins: met in-.;
liim to take full deposit inns of the otlicers
and sailors of t he Halt imore.
Afraid of I lie I're- 4;iu;.
The Baltimore had evidently arrived in
Snn Francisco a day in advance of the ex
pected time: hence the hurried ins ruc
tions. It is fully realised lit t his si at;,. ,,f
the iieiiotiauoiis that any false step n,irit
delay or ultimately destroy the hop,
which is nbnost assured of a satisfactory
adjustment of the Chilian troubles. I'tr
inittim; the sailors to tro ashore and fall
into the hands of the newspaper men, who
Hre doubtless on the aleil to interview
them, and to obtain their version of the
Valparaiso street (piarrel would be. it. i
rlainird, very indiscreet, ns that would
doubtless create or intensify the popular
feelinn now iwisim nuiom; the masses
against ( 'hili.
Illaine Hinl lli.ntl Confer.
After dejxi.sit i,,ns are taken under oath
without their having known the popular
feeliiiK, they will he permit teil to land.
Otherwise their depositions would not be
considered as trustworthy and deliberate
as the circumstances of the case in its
present aspect require. Secretary I'daine
and Senor Montt, theChilian minister, had
a Ion a conference yesterday at the resi
dence of the secretary. ' Not him; is know n
of the results of the conference and Senor
Montt iu reply to inquiries said he had
nothing to communicate.
BLAINE DIPLOMATICALLY SILENT.
But Intimates Thai the Koporteil Apol
ogy Is Not Trust w ui-t lit .
A United Press reporter interviewed
Secretary Maine hist niyln nlmil Chilian
affair. The secretary had nothing- definite,
to communicate, hut, throughout mani
fested a strong confidence in the peaceful
solution of the trouble, lie said there
would lie no war, and nave the impression
that lie anticipated mi early sett lenient of
the present incident. Of course he was
diplomatically dumb as to details, and
would neither confirm or deny t he trut h of
the report that the Chilian trove riirne nt
bad instructed Minister Montt to ofl'itr -a
sincere and iinqiinlified apology" for the
assault upon the Haltiniore's sailors; but
intimated that the source of the report was
not the most trustworthy in existence,
lias No 1'se for Montt.
Seakiiii of the reported visit of Senor j print ion of the I'niivd State
I el r--.-l.iec
'in. i'. - In i l'c
.-. full ;.i t. -i'da:n e to take
the i.i.:ii!av recess. The
pori s of I lie jiii 'die prin I cr ai.d tin.- intcr-
ile eommissa ti were pie-en ed. liti
.i:s contaiiiini; ncai-iy l,Hm.,Ni signal tires
wire tiled Hskjnt for the rat iueat ion of the
Cono ami-slavery tr aiy. A pi t it i.m ask
ing for tiie appropriation of -U) (hi-capita
for transportim. l.er.H.s to l.ilieria was
also presented. b.iti h of bills then came
in, one ot which to approprmtu frloo.mitl tor
40 to 'J. Senator IVrkins, of Kansas, una
sworn in, and iiflec an executive session
the senate adjoii tied.
In the hoitx) Clerk Kerr iissuukhI the
gavel and held it McMilliu was
ncuatived, ami no copies of each private
bill were order -d printed, while the old
rule renarditij; petitions was continued.
Mill was granted indefinite leave of ab
sence, and a in ruber of executive docu
ment were refe red. A large number of
tails were lnti.Mluced :73. Anions' them
were, a number providing for free coinage
ol silver, and proposing amendment to
the constitution so as to elect president
vice president ai d senators by direct vote
of t he people. T ie r.irill' bill was attacked
in sections' till Hong t he line, and if the
bills introduced yesterday should chance
topic- there wil: lie but little left of the
McKinlcy bill. mhvw of Massachusetts
even proposed to repent the reciprocity
clause of the la v, wiiich was supposed to
oe universally popular.
SOME NOTABLE MEASURES.
tellers Hill to rroliil.it Ocalinc; in Op
tions sfi nurtN Discovery.
ii - .
i. e!i,-.i.iii..iiiii u. Among the most
notable bills introduced iu contress yester
day was one by FetVer to prohibit dea'im;
in option and f: tures. It declares every
article iu common and general use amoiiit
the people of t he several stales to be arti
cies ot interstate co m niercc. aiiditisp.ro
.i . i.. . . i . . . -
.'n'i i ii, u i ue, n ay if carrieU trom place
to place within tne I nited States and he
Kohl or dealt in w tliout interference by un
p -ison or combination, with the proi-...
in.il in any sta'i where the manufacture
or sale of any ai tide is prohibited that
article shall not u. carried into the slal
tor saie nor be so) i in that state.
HcHty I'. liill ies I'rot ideal
One section inal.es it a felony punishable
ny imprisonment ,, (nird labor for not ex
ceeoiiig i ne ten ve ils nor less, than two tc
in any way ititerfe-e with the freedom of
t"ansit of art ieles of ii.terstate crmincrct
or to have the die -t of iiitliteiM-ing prices
n rairmg or lowerttig them, l'.art iiNcnin
binat ions are made liable to imprisonment
for felony for not v. than ten nor less
than two years and dealers in futures, op
tions, and comers JlIe made liable to the
Senator Mew art introduced a resolution
quoting tin act of ls:tr where it says that
gold and silver hit lion brought to the mint
lor coinaire shall la- received and coined by
the proper officer- for the henelit of the de
positor." lie then quotes 1 he act of IS
iMnnd bill) in wh ch the following occurs:
That there s mil be coined at
the several In tits of the I nited
States silver dollars of the weiuht. of
grains troy ot standard silver, as pro
vided in the act ot .Ian. is, 1-:.T, on which
shall be the ilcvce-and superscriptions
provided in s;iid a.-t." The senator savs
that the section in tin-same law requiring
the t reasury to coin a certain amount per
motit h does not in erfcre with I he reipiirp.
ineiit lo coin -as provided in the ac! of
!s:;r," so thai the bill really restore- f:, e
coinair... Hinl has not been repealed. Stew
art - re-olutioii -eiioires I he .judiciarv
(omniitiee to ascenaiii whether heisii.i.t
A Kill A rainst Alron.
A hi!' to prevent aliens from lieiut; cn
Ulteil as chief oiliier, president. Sllperill
teniient. mtiiniger, or director of anv cor
point ion under th. Inited Stales or any
slate; or as conduct r, engineer, brakeinaii,
etc.. on any railroa I, incliulinu stn-et 'ail
roads: or itH contrite or for any work for the
I nited Stales or at y state, county or mu
nicipality, or for hiiy corporation: or as
master, engineer, etc., of any water craft
in the United Stat, was introduced yes
terday by Chipmau of Michigan. The act.
does not uppiy to my mil uiali.-d it izeti
or to any person who hits declared his in
tention of becoming u citi.en.
Aimed at an Open World's Fair.
"To prohibit the uiieiiiiig of any exhibi
tion or exposition on Sunday where appro-
.... ... ..... - 1 11 11 1 - '
day Tiitbt it was suggested that, irobahly "iuieil at
the Chilian minister might find it difficult ! tnut- uly '
Montt to lioston to attend the annual din- "I," 's t'e title of a hill introduced in the
ner ot tne t hamoer ot Commerce Thurs- Douse ty Morse of Mitssachiiseii- li i
the Wiir iVh lair, mid nrovides
violation of 3ls provision shall
to get away from Washington just now. I "c punishable by a t lie of not.le-. tliaiiHo
"I wish he would go," suid Mr. Hlaiue. uor '"ore than l,nm .
"There is nothing to keep him here that I Against the tlcKinley liiii.
know of." The Chilian correspondence Tariff bill. were introduced in the house
when it goes to congress will In- accnm- i D-V Andrew of Massachusetts providing for
panied by a message from the president
which, whether Chili has a;Hilo;ied or
not, it is supposed, will re-state with em
phasis and dignity the position of the
United State in the matter.
Montt Will .o to the Kaiiitu-t.
No confirmation c an lie hod ol i lie ie
port that Chili has authorized an aoologv
to be made and w hile a hopeiol feeling
prevails, there has liothinu transpired
which warrants the statement .taut there
has been any decided change in the sit ua
tion of affuirs. Senor Montt was nt the
Capitol yesterday and the report w as cur
rent that the Chilian correspondence
would not be sent to congress as was pre
viously stated in these dispatches, until
asked for by resolution. It. is Senor
Montt's intention to accompany the dele
(ration who go to attend the llostou bau
auet Thursday niiht.
the admission of raw wool free of dutv and
the five admission of coal and iron, of tin
plates; to repeal t ie law authorizing a
duty on molasses, sugar, tea, coffee, and
hides; and repeal t ie law ..nt o,..r .
bounty on sugar, ai d to admit liotatoe.
peas and lieuns free of duty. He alo intro
duced a hill repeuliug the silver act of the
Nome MineellaiieouA Measures.
A resolution whi h its author culled "a
resolution asking fir information touch
ing the. management f the Columbian
exposition and ei-iiiiture therefor" and
which provides lor an investigation of
World's fair mai t rs, was introduced in
the house by Ileiiileion of Iowa.
His bill of last congress making it unlawful
for any person to gi ve money or ot her rem u n
eration or to promi se put rouaue to secure
votes for a federal o lice for wiijch he was
a culminate', was lptrodiucd By flolmnn.
Representative Hoar showed himself to
be an anient civil service reformer by the
introduction'. of a bill yesterday providing
tliftt till postmasters shall hold office dur
ing good behavior.
A bill introduced by Senator llolph pro
vides that no state shall receive any part of
the government appropriation for the main
tenance of the militia iiniess it has at leant
lui men for each senator and representa
tive in conirress.
Other bills ini induced were: A bill re
ducing first -class po.-tage lo 1 cent an
ounce; an amendment to the coustii utioii
providing that presidents of the United
S'.i:tes slmli :-erve five veins each, i.iid for
one term only; and to provide for the
free coih'iiion and delivery of mails in
rural districts, it it su appr pri.al ion not
to exceed fc.'.i'ieii.Ocil to i..ei t the tit-lit iem-y
in ti:e postal revenues. Among liio-e w !:o
ini rotliiccti incisures requiring t lei tion of
F etal i ns by illr.ct voie were Svii Jt:wi
'. iliiau: of Initio!, .loiinsoii ol .oiln
Dakota, :i:;i: Caldw ell of Ohio.
C'linmis-ioii' a- .
.iail. fi. Toe pr.--Ideal
;is iiiter.-iate commerce
I ;mes W. Dili. ..I' Iowa:
William M. Liu.i-cy, of Kent ucky: and
William K. Morri-oii, of l'li.tols. tii.her
nominations: William 1). .McCoy ,ot Indiana,
minisier re-idenr and consul gcm-iai to
l.iberi;'; Abiah-un .1. Seav, u'overnor ot
Oklaholn.a: Daniel A. I Jay, of Illinois,
principal cieiK of surveyor general's laud
BOMB IN THE FOUR COURTS.
St. I.onis Seems Tt Ite llarlioi iag Some
Domestic D nainitai-ils.
ST. Fill is, .Ian. -0eof the attaches of
the FoiirCourls' building yesterday found
what is supposed to be a dynamite liomb
lying on the stairs leading to t he circuit
court loom. The bomb was of ordinary
gas pipe, about one inch in diame
ter, and fourteen ini he long. It
was plugged'' both . ends. A fu-e,
such as is used in bluMing powder,
was attached lo one end and protruded
about six inches. It showed evidence of
having been ignited, but had been either
extinguished or had died out. Only
twenty-four hours previous to 'bis de
velopment the rear end of II. .1. Miller's
bakery, on South Fourth street was de
stroyed by a Isimb, or somet hinn similar
'jeiiiK throw ii mr.-iin-t ii. The report wa
like the exjilosioti of several cannon-.
slierniitll .Has the Voles.
Ciil.rviii--, ) , .bin. K. As the end of
Kemitot'ia' sll llg::le tllaws near Slier:;;
-.-ooiiiiii crow -. i .u-i nitrni Ills man.i
claimeii I hat he w ill have t;fiy--ix
sure, aiai iroo.ai.iv sixty, m tliecauci;
Itight. Lepi esenta! ives Daughert v ,
Fayette, and F.onn. of Morgan count v
tiie latest actjui-it ions from the tiouh
list to come into the Siiermaii fold. 1
now almost certain that every doiii
member ui'.l vote fur Sherman.
1'hat 4 ull't;-rHOi frton i lilli.
N'KW V(ii:k, .Ian. Ii.- The 1 b raid's Val
paraiso correspondent cables this morning
Inal the t abiejiiani from the Chilian iov
ernnient io Minister .ionit at Wasiiington
Monday contained a withdrawal o, the
t.tlensive parasitaphs in Senor Malta'- let
ter in reply to li vsi.iint Harrison'.- m,.,.
Col. llaitou Ai-rite- at Home.
1'i:oviiu:m K, K. I.. Jan. t',.-Colon, ! Dan
li. Ballon, counsel for Dr. Craves, arrived
here iast nittiit m-conipanied by his wile.
The coionel looked pale and seemed w tar
ried, lie refused to talk about l lie t irnv es
verdict, saving that Lc was liit-d and
Latest from the liio iii-uiide.
l!u (ii: VM.t: l it v, .Ian. t'.. At T o'clock
yesterday morning news was received from
Havana by t he coiumamiing otliceriotle
elleet that "Three revolutionists were
chased by the ! augers, but they escajied. 1
ran into a small camp and irot six saddles
and bridles, hut the owners had just left.
Captain MfKay and Captain McNeil have
already caught over seven horses, includ
ing the government horses lost at the
Uetinal tight, and two saddles. Several
of t he revolut ionisis crossed t he riv er dur
ing the night, but in such haste to lc.a,e a
hoi -c si lick in the mud and t he saddle on
the further .side." This j- signed "lne;-hortie.''
The Italt iiut.re at Sun I rani i-co.
Sas FtiA .t I si o, .Jan. Ii.-Tbe Initi-d
State sfe.-imer Halt ii.i-.re arrived from
Chili. -it '. o'clock yesterday. Commander
Scl. ley says t hat the n-port made by b m
as to t he at lack on t he crew of his ship at
Valparaiso is irae: thai one very signifi
cant feature of the assault on the men
was that every ore of t htin was stabbed in
the back, and that, soldier-, police ami
sailor- took part in t he .alV.air. None of the
Halt imore men w a armed; a half dozen of
hi- men, if they had been provided with
weapon-, could have stood oil' the ;i.liu
Chilians, as they were a lot of cowards.
lo Amend the Tension I.uw.
W.vsUisi.T.iN, .!,,. ;. A bid to amend
the dependent p, nsion Jaw passed by t he
last congress wa- introduced in the senate
by Manderson. U provides that iu case a
minor child of a pensioner is insane or
idiotic the pension shall b gin regardless
of llie age of the child at the patents'
death or re-iiiarriage, and shali coin inue
during the lite ol the child or durin g the
period of disability.
Horrible Fate of Four Italians
in a Wreck
CKASH CF TWO PASSENGER TRAINS,
n. tl. A liend-end
ur yesterday moin-
l.uitv lleskelh's lose Call.
L"M'yN. Jau. ti. l.udy lleskelh (former
ly Mi-- Florence Mmily Sliiirou. daughter
of William Sharon, of Nevada i had
narrow escape from serious injury Moc
day. Lady Ilekcth was follow iug the
Ur.ifton hound at Snlgruve. Iu jumping
u brook her hor-t- became entangled ill a
barbed wire fence ami nearly threw her
lady. .hip from the -addle, ljidy lleskelh,
how ever, escaped with a few scratches.
A famous Hoi-semau Dying.
XfcW ViUK, Jan. li. A private dispatch
j iroiii Houisville, Ky., says that Colouel
"W is M. Chirk, the famous ruciug judge,
j is at the point of death. Kveu if he recov
j ers ho will not be able to oiliciale again.
j ltet-imiinK the Day as Isnal.
j "This breud of yours, Satnaiitha." ob
s;rved Mr. Chiigwiiter at the. break lust
table, looking dubiously at a, slice, but
proceeding to spread some butter on it.
j "is indeed tho -statf of life.'"
"What do you mean, Josiahr
"1 mean iliat 1 am going to trv to 'get
along with, it." Chicago Tributio.
We took ont an accident policy last
Monday and had the good fortune to
break two of our legs ten minutes after
ward, for wMcli we will geti00. Bills-
viM lVin.ne. j
Motn Itoileis I.xj.l, ),,., theTvvo I'lnineers
Are In-taiitly Killetl and I 0,11-Mt-timit
Are Cant-ht in Die Wn-rk and Koanted
tt Deatti Seven Dead with Half
li'tzen or . .lore Injured the 1 'earful Re
sultThe Di-tster Cause, I by a Thick
II.WMIIAL. Vo., .T
eoiiisii-u at an early h
lug bet w et n t w ,, pas-, tiUer trains on the
Wabai-h caused ,-,; t.f the most fatal nnd
di-asiioqs w r. , ks in the history of that
road; The acrid. -nt occurred at Aladdin, a
switch about t-'.vo miles from this city and
almost opposite, on the Illinois side,
where train- regularly pass. Seven lives
were lost a ai ii oin t welve to fifteen pas
sengers more or less inj.ired. A dense fog
s 'ti led ov.-r ills sect ion Motility night nnd
this was .hreetiy the cause of the accident.
The cannon ball pa-setiger t rain, eastward
bound, leave- here abo:it Fid a. m. nnd
ha- t lie right of way over the west-bound,
train, pa-sing at. Aladdin.
I.ost lit- I'enrinuH in the I'otj.
Yesterday morning the east-bound train,
in charge of Kngineer J. Fi. Wilson, pulled
out of the Union stid ion here on time.
Comicclio:: at Aladdin are close, tie
trains arriving wit bin a few moments of
each other, but the r,i-t bound trains j;o
by at a good rate of -peed, while the west
bound t rains are si, let racked. When the
passing point was reached Kngineer Wil
son, failing to see the other train on the
sidetrack, slackened his speed, but. at nl-Ino-t
the same instant the two engines
ciirie together v it Ii a fearful crash, both
boilers exploding. Tho engineer of the
west bound train, owing to ;he fog, lost
his bearings and, passing the sw itch, tore
into the oncoming train at full speed.
I'onr Italians Htirnod Alive.
Hoth engineers were killed instantly.
One fireman cannot survive, but llie tire
man of t he east bound train .will 'recover
from his injuries. The scene at the wreck
was beyond description. Seven of the
conches caught tire ami were entirely con
sumed. At least four Italian emigrant
who were in the smoking car of the west
bound traiu were caught under the debris
n i ol wire cremated alive before help
re.tt Insl t hem, not hing but a few charred
bones remaining to show they ever existed,
Hoth trains were well filled, and the escape
of the passenger from death is miraculous.
This is the third wreck one of the engines
lias been in during the past two months,
but it is now a pile of scrap iron.
I heltollof Dead and Injured.
Following are the killed: J. K. Wil-on,
eii.gineer east bound train, Springfield,
Ills.; body binned up; unmarried. Ccorge
Hushart. engineer west-bound traiu.
Springlield, lils ; scalded to death, married
and leaves a family. Warbnys, liremnn
we-t -hound train, Spritigiiehi.il! ; badlv
scalded and injured internally; cannot live,
j Four Italians, emigrants; mimes unknown;
on 1 1 it 1 1 n .i e.
The injured, so far a- can beascertained,
are: Conwell, liremnn east-bound train,
badly hurl; Miss Kiln King, en route to
Dorchester, Neb., skull and right leg
broken; Moses Hryant, Dccat ur. Ills., bad
i-caln wound; George Webb, chair car por
ter, shoulder broken; I). Dunham and E.
1. Clough, cypress messenger, .injured
slightly: Mr. "William Groves. Hannibal,
Mo., wri-t sprained.
Cosl the Hallw ay 1 00,000,
A large force of men went to work im
mediately clearing the track. Hroken
watches, rings, money nnd everything im
aginable were found. The sidetrack was
cleared at 2 o'clock in the af ternooii so that
trains could pa-. Nearly all of the in
jured were sent lo Molierly hospital yester
day morning. The destruction of railroad
property t estimated to be over jlou.uoo.
Some ietiniH Itioncl.t Home.
Spkim.mm.D, Ills., Jan. li. The bodies
of Engineers A.S. Hushart and James Wil
son, who were killed in the Wabash
wreck yesterday morning near Hannibal,
and Fireman Henry N. Warnoys, who it is
feared i fatally injured, wera brought
here last night. Firciimn David li
Conwell wa brought hue yesterday
morning and was taken to the Wabash
ho-pital. Hi-injuries are painful, but he
will recover. There was great excitement
here upon receipt of the news of the wreck,
as nearly nil of the train men were resi
dents iif t his cit v.
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And the ESTEY", "WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
&fA full lire aleo of email Mfipical men handise. We kve in onr employ a first-clai-s PiaEoTccer
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wagon Co.,
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Manufacturers of FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAG03IS
A fall and comj lcte lire i f Th tfoim f.tni r.tl rt Sj"'rc Wtpcrp. (trenail; tnprti c t.-itlt
w tiatle. f ii trior ikn irdti in: fi li-h. Jdufir: no 1 rut- Unint .r
Bpiilitatioii. see the SloLlNS WAI,( N bt-ftre putihainK
INC0KPOHATED CNDKH TBS STATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROOK I3LANI, ILL.,
Open daUyfrom a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday eveninee from 7 to 8o'clork.
Five percent interest paid on Deposits Monev loaned on Personal, tri
lateral, or Real Estate Security
I. P. RKYVOLDS. Proa. f C. OBNEMANK. Vice-Pre. . nt'POR3, Cirf&iet.
P. U Mitchell, S P. Retrpoldd, P. O. Denkmann. John Ornhaaeh. n. P lln'L
I'hil Mitch, 11, L. Simon, E. W. Hnn-t, J. M. Eaford,
Jacksob Uubst, Solicitor.
tSBegan t'li-incsf July 8. 180. aid occupy ire ff.utlctn-t totter of yittLtll iln r.K
HE POS STIVE OURZTI.
At;'''.. J " 1 " " w m m m v s w V
B. F. DeGEAB,
Contractor and Buiilder
Office and Sbop Corner Seventeen t) St. .
and Seventh Avenue,
US'" All kite's of carpentor work a specialty. Plniii nd estimates for all kinde of bsi'i!.
frrmr.tsi on aioiicatior.
CHAS. DAK N A CHER,
Proprietor of ihe.Brady Street
1 OSE IRL rT.
Ail klud of Cut Flower constantly on hand.
304 Brady Street. Dvt r.p r:.l
One block north of Central Par, the largent in la
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Bbop corner Twenty -second street and Ninth avenne. Residence 5
prepared u mate estimates and do all kinds of Gfcroenter work. Oivre him a :ri. .
Manufacturer of all kinds of
-BOOTS AND 8H0ES-
Gits' Fin. Shoes specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly.
A share of your patronage respectfully solicited.
1619 Second Avenue. Roek Ialaad. E!
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and Bnildcr,
1121 and 11S3 Fourth avenue. Residence 1119 Fonrth avenue.
Plans and "Irted on ,11 classes of work , also spent of Wilier'. Par, ,t 1 -
blidmg BUnds, lomethii-g new, stylish and desirable.
ROCK ISI.A ND. !
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue. Corner of Sixteenth Stree . Opposite Harper's Tce.-r-
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand
rreeumrJUvervDaj . . g.ndwjche. Ftimlehed on Sb9